Nokia has unwrapped a new handset — not a fancy smartphone but a budget feature phone: the Nokia 301 (pictured left) is an $85 mobile that doesn’t have a touchscreen or a Qwerty keyboard but does pack HSPA (aka 3.5G) and includes some enhanced camera features, as well as supporting YouTube streaming video via Nokia’s cloud Xpress browser for the first time.
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Summary: Microsoft’s mobile “Slog” has begun, with fake coverage (marketing), entryism, and many similar examples in other areas too
IN THE previous post we shed light on Microsoft’s tough struggle to matter in mobile as it continues losing an already low market share and executives too (some end up in Yahoo!).
Phoronix: Nokia Announces Its Three Nokia X Android Devices
It shouldn't come as much of a surprise given the plentiful leaks in the mobile space, but Nokia today announced three mobile devices running Google's Android operating system rather than Windows Phone or MeeGo/Harmattan or Asha...
The VAR Guy remains upbeat about Microsoft’s overall business strategy. But oh… the smartphone market continues to be a really sore point. The Microsoft-Nokia smartphone partnership is losing — rather than gaining — market share, and Nokia is cutting 10,000 employees.
This morning Nokia finally took the wraps off a long rumoured (and leaked) Android phone – unveiling a family of smartphones, called the Nokia X range, with the first three handsets being the Nokia X, X+ and XL, the first two with 4-inch displays, and the latter on the cusp of phablet territory with a 5-inch pane.
The Nokia X family forks Android, using the Android Open Source Project, in or
Ovi Maps is a free mobile map service provided by Nokia networks. You can find many interesting places, address and many others navigation using this Ovi Maps. Ovi Maps already supports 78 countries already. Here, you can download the latest version of Ovi Maps for your Nokia C7-00.
Samsung has slipped past Nokia, selling 90 million handsets in the first quarter of this year to become the world’s largest mobile phone company, ending Nokia’s 14-year reign at number one, according to a new market report just published.